Rattlers Athletics

Men's Basketball

November 4
BC MHC Final MHC 92 - BC 63
November 5
LETH Final MHC 104 - LETH 65
November 12
MHC 78 - AMB 65
November 18
MHC OC Final
MHC 89 - OC 76
November 19
MHC RDC Final MHC 87 - RDC 77
November 25
MHC SAIT Final MHC 74- SAIT 61
November 26
STMU MHC Final MHC 88 - STMU 52
January 13
MHC BC Final
MHC 90 - BC 77
January 14
MHC BC Final
MHC 97 - BC 68
January 20 RDC MHC Final
MHC 76 - RDC 73
January  21
RDC 99 - MHC 96
January 27 OC MHC Final
MHC 90 - OC 45
January 28 OC MHC Final
MHC 97 - OC 65
February 3 STMU MHC Final
MHC 101 - STMU 67
February 4 MHC STMU Final
MHC 88 - STMU 63
February 10 MHC LETH Final
MHC 97 - LETH 83
February 11 LETH MHC Final
MHC 68 - LETH 56
February 17 SAIT MHC Final
MHC 76 - SAIT 56
February 18
MHC 108 - SAIT 99
February 24 AMB MHC 8 PM
February 25 MHC AMB 8PM  
MARCH 1-4 2016/17 ACAC Championships
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Rattlers name Humphrey men’s basketball coach

Medicine Hat, Alberta (July 15, 2016): The Medicine Hat College (MHC) Rattlers are pleased to announce that Richard Humphrey has been appointed the new head coach of the men’s basketball team effective July 15, 2016.

Humphrey has served as an assistant coach with the team since 2013 and more recently as the interim head coach. He will be taking over for Craig Price, who was in the role for the past four seasons. 

“Rattlers Athletics is very excited to have Rich join our coaching staff as head coach of the men’s basketball program. Rich is an outstanding basketball coach with a strong belief in developing the whole of the student-athlete, both on the court and off the court, and we couldn’t be more pleased with his acceptance of this new challenge,” says Terry Ballard, manager of sport and wellness.

Humphrey is a proud Rattler alum who, as team captain, helped lead the team to back to back ACAC bronze medals before moving on to finish his playing days with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns while pursuing his education in Kinesiology. After his time at the University of Lethbridge, Coach Humphrey returned to Medicine Hat where he resides with his wife and young daughter.